"I thought it was a very good team effort," Davis said. "I thought our defensive communication in the zone was excellent. [The visitors] took 20 seconds each time to finally figure out where we were and while they were figuring that out, we got in their head a little bit, because they couldn't shoot. We were mixing up our zones and the girls did a really nice job. I'm very proud of that."
Point Loma was just eight for 31 from the field before intermission (25.8%) and, thanks largely to 6-3 junior Nyla Bailey making eight of 10 field-goal tries in the final 20 minutes, finished 21 of 56 from the field (37.5%).
Bailey had 24 points to pace the Sea Lions, who had 11 turnovers, eight fewer than the hosts.
"We probably had too many turnovers and some of those were unforced," Davis said. "But we didn't let it affect us on defense."